John Jorden has a job unlike many others at McNick. As Director of Development, his job covers many responsibilities. “So, to give you an idea of my schedule, yesterday I had a meeting with Mr. Schmidt and Principal Mueller to talk about how we can raise money to replace some things. Then, I had a … More A day in the life of Director of Development John Jorden
A hot topic across college athletics has been whether or not athletes should be paid. It’s a question that has brought about much controversy, not only throughout college athletics, but all across the United States. Some are extremely passionate that these athletes should not be paid, and they argue that having athletes become compensated will … More College athletes should be paid. Period.
On Saturday, Feb. 14 McNick hosted the 69th annual Mardi Gras to cap off of the week of celebration throughout the school. Although notably different due to COVID-19, the pageant was still held and the King and Queen were crowned. Senior Ayden Bailey was crowned as King with fellow senior Aimee Gauger crowned Queen of … More 69th annual Mardi Gras King, Queen announced
For some, teaching is just a job, but for others, in particular Mrs. Julie Dill, it’s a part of their life. As a teacher who not only is responsible for teaching all levels of French, she also is a part of the English department, teaching AP Literature. Time is of the essence for Dill, and … More A day in the life of a teacher: Mrs. Dill’s daily life teaching at McNick